I've just returned to Encounter Studio in Victor Harbor, South Australia today after a month's phototrip in Tasmania. Suzanne is in Paris, I'm looking after Ari, and the digitial suite has a new modem. The old one died during an electrical storm whilst we were in Tasmania.
I've linked up with an Adelaide-based Art Photographers Facebook group that is quite lively and free wheeling and I've ordered a new digital camera to replace the old Sony that was stolen in Melbourne last November.
I've been trying to reconnect with the work that I was doing in Victor Harbor before the Tasmanian phototrip. To my dismay I've lost any sense of what I was working on or trying to do. So I looked at the negatives that I had scanned just before I left for Tasmania:
I have to face it. I'm not sure that I had a particular project with the Victor Harbor book.
What was I trying to do with it I asked myself? I didn't have an answer. So what was I doing then? There has been a workflow but I've just been been taking snaps around several themes.
So where do I go from here?